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Native Instruments have announced details surrounding The Finger, their unique keyboard-controlled effects processor.

Designed in collaboration with Tim Exile, The Finger is the brand new keyboard controlled effects processor that allows users to "play" effects in real-time using their MIDI keyboard. The software runs on all levels of the Kore platform, as up to 40 effects are mapped across the keyboard's octaves, letting you get stuck into samplers, transformers, filters, gaters, delays, reverbs, distortion, wave shapers and ring modulation. Up to six effects can be routed into one another simply by pressing keys in combination, allowing for some seriously far-out sonic wackiness. The Finger operates as a standalone effects unit and can also be slotted neatly into any host DAW or full featured Kore 2 system.

As Exile explains in the demonstration video below, the idea for The Finger initially stemmed from a custom built Reaktor patch he had been utilizing as part of his live shows.

from residentadvisor.net

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клевая штука)


Обучаю основам диджеинга на сд, Москва. Контакты здесь:

http://tinyurl.com/ce6h4pv

Так же предоставляю время для тренировки или записи.

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вместе с live)


Macbook Pro MB991, Novation Twitch, Serato DJ, Ableton Live 8

Pioneer DJM-800, 2 x Pioneer CDJ-400, Sennheiser HD 25с II

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реактор это вообще бешеная штука... имхо лучшее творение NI


\\Generating Future Of Sound//

"Диджеинг только для тех кто в теме=)" (с) Desperado

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